AS Roma have reportedly agreed on a deal in the region of £34m for Chelsea's Tammy Abraham according to Sky in Italy
Following interests from other clubs for the England International signature, Chelsea has finally agreed to let their striker join the Italian side ahead of other suitors.
Jose Mourinho is in dire need of a striker ahead of the next campaign with reports suggesting that Inter Milan have agreed on a deal for Edin Dzeko, who they see as an ideal replacement for departing Lukaku.Tammy Abraham, however, has fallen out of favour at Chelsea following the appointment of Thomas Tuchel who took over from Frank Lampard.
Abraham played limited matches for Thomas Tuchel last campaign with the gaffer preferring the likes of Olivier Giroud, Timo Werner and Kai Havertz over him.
However, with Chelsea set to complete the signing of Romelu Lukaku according to reports, Abraham's chances of playing as a regular will drastically reduce.
The deal is set to be completed soon with Abraham yet to agree on personal terms with the club before completing switch.
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